For a great way to spend your school holidays, grab your friends and join the Learn-to-Skate (Basic) Holiday Ice Camp. Through our specialized holiday programme, you can master the basics of ice skating with just four sessions! Complete one Learn-to-Skate level in a week at just $171.20, and amaze your friends with your skating abilities.
Classes will be split by age group with the ratio being 10 students to 1 coach. Lessons are conducted daily from Monday to Thursday, consisting of 45-minute lessons and 2 hours of practice time per day.
- Core 1 to 2: 9.30am to 10.15am / 11.30am – 12.15pm
- Core 3 to 4: 10.30am to 11.15am
The programme is available during School Holidays (March, June, September, and November to December), and schedules are released upon start of enrollment period, limited slots available.
Intensive Learn-to-Skate Schedule: March 2020
Core Blades Level 1 to 4: $171.20/participant
45 minutes per lesson + 2 hours of practice immediately after the lesson
Available for age 6 years and above. Fee inclusive of admission tickets and skate boots rental for all 4 lessons.
4 Lessons Intake 1 Intake 2 Intake 3 Intake 4 Intake 5 Intake 6 Remarks 1st Lesson 20 Jul
2nd Lesson 21 Jul
3rd Lesson 22 Jul
4th Lesson 23 Jul
Test Date Core 1 & 2: 9.30am – 10.15am / 11.30am – 12.15pm
Core 3 & 4: 10.30am – 11.15am
Ticket / Products sold are not refundable.
Terms and Conditions: All payments for Learn-to-Skate lessons must be made online at least 72 hours before the commencement of the lesson • All payments made are non-refundable • Strictly no reschedule of lessons for intensive holiday ice camp • There will be no make-up lesson unless with valid medical certificate • All Learn-to-Skate students are entitled to free spectator admission for one accompanying adult during lessons. Any subsequent accompanying adult or child will be required to pay spectator admission at $4 each • Management reserves the right to cancel lessons without prior notice. ASSUMPTION OF RISKS: Ice skating and associated activities are classified as high risk sports. There are inherent and other risks involved in the sport of ice skating and injuries are a common occurrence of the sport. Skaters (including their guests and parents/ guardians) voluntarily participate in these activities with knowledge of the risks involved and agree to accept any and all responsibility for and risk of injury, demise, physical or mental illness, and harm, loss or damage to person or property (collectively, “Injury”) that may occasion from ice skating. Sport Singapore (formerly known as the Singapore Sports Council) and CapitaLand Retail Management Pte Ltd (as managing agent of The Rink) are not responsible for any Injury howsoever caused to any skater, customer or any other person present at The Rink (including any person below 6 years of age). All skaters, customers or any other person present at The Rink, JCube, remain solely responsible for their own safety at The Rink and shall comply with all safety rules and guidelines that may from time to time be applicable.